Rhapsody of St. Bernard, Op.38 (Smith, David Stanley)

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Publisher Info.:

New York: G. Schirmer, 1918. Plate 27396.

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General Information

Work Title Rhapsody of St. Bernard
Alternative Title Jesu Dulcis Memoria
Composer Smith, David Stanley
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.38
Movements/Sections 2 parts, 12 sections
First Performance 1918 May 29, Evanston, Illinois. Dean Peter Christian Lutkin, choirmaster (and conductor?), Leonora Sparkes (sop), Nevada v. der Veer (contralto), Reed Miller (tenor), Reginald Werrenrath (bass), Northwestern University a cappella choir, unnamed orchestra, at Chicago North Shore Music Festival
First Publication 1918 by G. Schirmer, New York
Librettist St. Bernard de Clairvaux (1090–1153) (translated by composer)
Language English
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Soprano, contralto, tenor, bass, men's chorus, semi-chorus, chorus, orchestra


Misc. Comments

Premiere mentioned in August 1 1918 Musical Times, page 377.

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